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Forest History Today Magazine

Spring/Fall 2009

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Contents Spring/Fall 2009


[ i ] "Message from the President: Successfully Using Web 2.0 Technologies in Forest History"
   
2
"Editor's Note" by James G. Lewis
   
 Features
4
"A Radical in the Ranks: G.M. Brandborg and the Bitterroot National Forest" by Frederick H. Swanson
   
14
"Closure. . .with a Bitterroot Clear-Cut and a Forest Service Career" by Lou Romero
   
15 "Contested Visions and the Australian Forestry School" by John Dargavel
   
22 "Weyerhaeuser Company and Sustained-Yield Forestry" by Ted Nelson
   
32 "Forest Aesthetics" by Walter L. Cook, Jr.
   
37 "Congress and the Next Public Land Commission" by James R. Skillen
   
 Photo Essay
40 "Expanding the Range: Pushing the Boundaries of Arborglyph Documentation" by Chris M. Worrell
   
48 "Inventing the Birdwatching Field Guide" by Thomas R. Dunlap
   
 Departments
56 "Biographical Portrait: Perrine Moncrieff (1893-1979)" by Robin Hodge
   
59 "History on the Road: Timberline Lodge, Mount Hood, Oregon" by James G. Lewis
   
65 Books of Interest
   
71 Mark Your Calendar
   
 Annual Report
72 From the Chairman
   
73 Treasurer's Report
   
74 Contributions and Project Sponsors
   

76 Gifts to the Forest History Society Library
   
78 Awards and Fellowships
   
80 Publications of the Forest History Society
   

82 About the Cover